In recent years, SfM techniques have been widely used especially in the field of Cultural Heritage. Some applications, however, remain undefined in cases where the boundary conditions are not suitable for the technique. Examples of this are instances where there are poor lighting conditions and the presence of glass and reflective surfaces. This paper presents a case study where SfM is applied, using a DSLR camera (Nikon D5200), to the “Head of Hades” inside a glass theca and under a large number of light sources at different distances and of different intensities and sizes. The geometric evaluation has been made comparing the DSLR camera model against the 3D data acquired with structured light systems.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Advances in Computer Vision|
|Numero di pagine||8|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|
|Nome||ADVANCES IN INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS AND COMPUTING|
- Control and Systems Engineering